By Jason Busch on September 23, 2015
I’ve had a number of discussions with folks on all sides of the procurement and accounts payable technology market of late, covering different points of view on where supplier networks and transactional connectivity might be headed. One area that seems to come up often is looking at networks not just as a tool for operational […]
By Jason Busch on July 9, 2015
Spend Matters and Trade Financing Matters have both long argued that invoice-based discounting and payables and receivables financing programs are just the tip of the trade financing iceberg in terms of getting cash into the hands of suppliers more quickly. Granted, traditional financing arrangements, such factoring and letters of credit, are also available to supply […]
By Jason Busch on February 4, 2011
Editor’s Note: this rant is in part based on a forthcoming detailed analysis by Spend Matters looking at the evolution of supplier networks and where networks of the future may take us next.
In the early days of e-procurement,…